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How to Engage with your Community

How to Engage with your Community

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The Fair Share Trust programme faces some of its most challenging work on a daily basis, work at the heart of the programme: engaging people from within the Fair Share Trust neighbourhoods.
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fairsharetrust fairsharetrust ; Stephanie.Hill ; webtemp@ncvo-vol.org.uk ; publications.temp@ncvo-vol.org.uk ; markb@textmatters.com ; chrismilway@googlemail.com ; greg.lamyman@ncvo.org.uk ; myles.kunzli@ncvo.org.uk ; stacey.bennett@ncvo.org.uk ; thalia.silver@ncvo.org.uk
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The Fair Share Trust Programme programme faces some of its most challenging work on a daily basis, work at the heart of the programme: engaging people from within the Fair Share Trust delete: </strong> delete: <strong> neighbourhoods delete: </strong> delete: <strong> . delete: </strong> neighbourhoods.

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What counts as engagement, and what works, are questions that Local Agents have grappled with over the past six nine years, and with varying results. Some communities want and need to be led through the involvement of development workers, whereas others emerge from a swell of strong local feeling and opinion.

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